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Kanto Fire Stater Final by Menitti Kanto Fire Stater Final by Menitti
Original - SOLD
Paper sculpt of the 1st generation of starter pokemon.
Paper and silicone.

I’m pleased to announce that the Trio of Pokemon paper sculpts which I made for Artboy Gallery’s EB Games exhibition took the prize for ‘Best in show’.
It was a really nice surprise to win and the quality of the other entrants was fantastic. After chatting with Marc (the curator of Artboy Gallery) I found out that only a few points separated the top 4 entries which is great to hear that it was really competitive show.
Copied for Artboy’s facebook page:
Well after an exhausting judging process, with many arguments and changed minds, we finally have our winner for the EB Games Expo fan art exhibition presented by ArtBoy Gallery and Game Informer.

So without further ado, the winner of a $1000 EB Games & the title of "BEST IN SHOW" goes to……….obligatory drumroll

DANI KERR for her gorgeous Pokemon paper sculptures

*****GLITTERBOMBS***********

It was Dani's playful interpretation and attention to the smallest detail
that made our jaws drop like OMGAHHHH….!!

Coupling that with her precision of working with such an unforgiving medium that blew us all away!
An amazing achievement and a well deserve win!!

We will have a more detailed wrap up later in the day, but for now we want to congratulate all our winners and everyone who entered!
If your in Melbourne, head down to Artboy Gallery in Prahran and take a look at the exhibition. There are some fantastic entries and the exhibition is only up for a short time.
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Menitti Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012  Professional General Artist
thanks for the comments :), i'm looking into making a series of all the 1st gen pokemon.
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Aeqis Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012
This is really great! It deserves so many more favorites and views. Why don't you add it to some Pokemon fanart groups? That would increase exposure tremendously.
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noonetells Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is beyond epic looking. How on earth did you get such an amazing looking piece from PAPER! Ah it just looks to amazing :)
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